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Shakespearean Authorship Trust call-for-papers deadline May 22

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The Shakespearean Authorship Trust (SAT) has scheduled its 2015 conference for Sunday, November 22 at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London. This year’s title is “Shakespeare’s Histories”. The SAT has issued a call for papers on the topic with a deadline of May ...

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Waugh Presents New Interpretation of Shakespeare Monument at Stratford

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Leave it to writer and editor Alexander Waugh to come up with a theory that ties together almost every aspect of the Shakespeare Monument in the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon. That’s what he has done in his recent article, ...

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Waugaman and Stritmatter confer with Global Hamlet co-founder Nefeli Misuraca in DC

Nefeli Misuraca, PhD co-founder of the Global Hamlet

  Oxfordian researcher Richard Waugaman, MD, and Brief Chronicles general editor Roger Stritmatter, PhD, met recently with The Global Hamlet co-founder Nefeli Misuraca, PhD, at the Cosmos Club in Washington, DC to discuss the first crowd-sourced edition of a Shakespeare play. Lisa McAlister of ...

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Warren releases third edition of comprehensive index of Oxfordian research

James Warren, author of Index of Oxfordian Publications

        The recently released third edition of James Warren’s Index to Oxfordian Publications published in hardcopy by William Boyle’s Forever Press is available in paperback, and in an online, searchable database format at Boyle’s Shakespeare Online Authorship ...

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Editor Alex McNeil releases Winter 2015 Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter

Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter Winter 2015

February 23, 2015 The Winter 2015 Issue of the Shakespeare Oxford Newsletter is here! Printed copies will arrive in the mail within the next week or so for 2015 SOF members who subscribed to the printed newsletter as part of ...

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John Shahan Responds to Skeptic.com Blog on Authorship Question

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On February 3, 2015, Eve Siebert posted a blog on the Skeptic.com website, called False Balance and the Shakespeare Authorship “Debate.” In her blog Siebert stated, among other things, “There is a mountain of evidence for Shakespeare’s authorship, no evidence that ...

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Part three: Norwood reviews PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered

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James Norwood, PhD says PBS series “Shakespeare Uncovered” inadvertently reveals inadequacies of Stratfordian attribution of Shake-speare’s plays. In part three of his review, Norwood examines episodes on Antony and Cleopatra, and Romeo and Juliet. See“Shakespeare Uncovered” for more information. Part three of ...

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Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Announces Research Grant Program for 2015

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The Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship is pleased to announce that the Research Grant Program will continue in 2015. The RGP hopes to raise up to $20,000 and to distribute the funds among two to four worthy projects in grants of $2,000 ...

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Norwood reviews PBS series Shakespeare Uncovered

Norwood review part 1

James Norwood, PhD says PBS series “Shakespeare Uncovered” inadvertently reveals inadequacies of Stratfordian attribution of Shake-speare’s plays. Norwood examines episodes on Lear and Dream; “Shakespeare Uncovered” episodes on Shrew, Othello, A&C, and R&J will be shown on PBS in February. See “Shakespeare Uncovered” ...

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